Greenbrier River Rail Trail State Park

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Greenbrier River Rail Trail State Park

West Virginia

(304) 799-7416

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Overview

The Greenbrier River Trail is a 78-mile long rail trail operated by West Virginia State Parks. Trail uses include bicycling, backpacking, cross-country skiing and horseback riding. A packed, crusher run surface coupled with a mere 1% grade creates an ease of riding that allows cyclists, young and old, to enjoy the many breathe-taking views. The trail closely mirrors its namesake, the Greenbrier River, for most of its length offering trail users countless opportunities for swimming and fishing.

Map of Greenbrier Rail Trail (WV)

Latitude, Longitude: 37.801104, -80.382071

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Activities

  • Bicycling

    Bicycling is allowed on the trail. A packed, crusher run surface coupled with a mere 1% grade creates an ease of riding that allows cyclists, young and old, to enjoy the many breathe-taking views.

  • Camping

    Camping is only permitted at designated camp areas. Eleven rustic camping areas are available.

  • Fishing

    Contact the park for more information.

  • Hiking

    The trail has numerous hiking opportunities that can be seen on the Trail Access sheet.

  • Horseback Riding

    Most access points have limited parking and may only accommodate one or two horse trailers. Adequate room for horse trailer parking is available at or nearby the following access points:

    NORTH CALDWELL southern terminus at Mile post 3 ANTHONY Milepost 14 RENICK Milepost 25 BEARD Milepost 38.5 SEEBERT Milepost 45.8 MARLINTON 9th Street lot (not Depot lot) CLOVERLICK Milepost 71 SITLINGTON Milepost 76.8 SLABTOWN northern terminus at Milepost 80, .5 mile south of Cass

  • Water Sports

    Contact the park for more information.

  • Winter Sports

    Cross country skiing is allowed during the winter months.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(304) 799-7416

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